Amy Lorenz-Moser

Amy Lorenz-MoserAmy Lorenz-Moser '97 is an attorney and partner at Armstrong-Teasdale, LLP where she specializes in complex personal-injury defense, including product liability and toxic tort defense. She is a member of the American Bar Association, The Missouri Bar, Illinois State Bar Association, The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis and the St. Louis County Bar Association.

Amy also represents victims of domestic violence on a pro bono basis. Amy began her pro bono work at the University of Missouri Law School's Family Violence Clinic while still a student there, and has continued her service through Legal Advocates for Abused Women, the Legal Services of Eastern Missouri Volunteer Lawyer Project and the Missouri Battered Women's Clemency Coalition. Through the Missouri Battered Women's Clemency Coalition, Amy has represented victims of domestic violence who were imprisoned in Missouri for killing their abusers, even though evidence of the abuse was inadmissible at the time of their trials.

In October of 2010, through Amy's efforts and the work of the Coalition, two of these women were released from prison after serving 32 years each. In recognition of those efforts, Amy was awarded an Excellence in Pro Bono Work Award from the St. Louis University School of Law, and was named the Missouri Lawyer's Weekly 2010 Lawyer of the Year. Amy graduated with a BA in Political Science from Webster in 1997 and earned her JD from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2000.